Using System Center Essentials (SCE) with Essential Business Server webcast today, 5p Eastern/4p Central/2p Pacific


One of our EBS MVPs, Chris Rue is putting on a Live Meeting today. Really try to attend this meeting if you can. Even if you are not an EBS user today, this is a great opportunity to understand how SCE is integrated into the EBS platform. You can read a really great review on System Center Essentials here: http://www.pcpro.co.uk/reviews/177006/microsoft-system-center-essentials.html. You can also check out there blog here: http://blogs.technet.com/systemcenteressentials


 This Live Meeting is open to the public and FREE. Hope you can make it.


 Kevin Beares
Community Lead – WSSG


Announcement from Chris Rue himself:


“I will be delivering a webcast to the EBSUserGroup titled “Using System Center Essentials With Windows Essential Business Server.” In my opinion, SCE is THE make-or-break feature of EBS for anyone who wants to use, support, or otherwise make EBS a part of their business.


I’ll talk about why that is, and a LOAD of other stuff during this webcast. This will primarily be a tech talk. So you’ll see me in full-on geek-out mode, just like Mark Crall talked about the other day. It’s gonna be packed with live demos. So go get your management on tomorrow night.


 


Here’s the connection info for attendees…


 


Subject:  Using System Center Essentials With Windows Essential Business Server


Start Time:  Tuesday, Apr 14, 2009 5:00 PM EDT


End Time:  Tuesday, Apr 14, 2009 6:30 PM EDT


Attendee URL:  https://www.livemeeting.com/cc/mvp/join?id=4FPFJS&role=attend&pw=P%2FNT3n%3C%5Bh


Meeting ID:  4FPFJS


Attendee Entry Code:  P/NT3n<[h


 


This is a VoIP only conference, so if you want to ask live questions, bring a headset! Depending on how good performance is, I might even break out the webcam, so everyone can see the kind of Calvin faces I make while presenting.”


 


Full story here:


http://www.chrisrue.com/funcave/2009/04/the-make-or-break-feature-of-essential-business-server.html


 

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